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Daley Drops "Until The Pain Is Gone" ft. Jill Scott

Future R&B Star Daley Drops "Until The Pain Is Gone" ft. Jill Scott

Future R&B Star Daley Drops "Until The Pain Is Gone" ft. Jill Scott

Photo of Daley courtesy of The Purple Agency.

Daley has been building his name up as a budding superstar hit-maker for the past few years. Now, with his second full-length LP, The Spectrum, out, Daley pulls a few heart strings to reveal the changes he’s experienced on his project’s first single, “Until The Pain Is Gone”.

Featuring the dominating vocal prowess of Queen Jill Scott, “Until The Pain Is Gone” tells the story of the last two years of Daley’s life. He lose his close friend and manager, Richard Antwi, and found rejuvenation in the tragedy to be inspired to create new music. On the song, he also reflects on the push-and-pull of being vulnerable in love.

“Having Jill involved is an honor,” Daly explained to Billboard. “She’s royalty in my eyes—someone I’ve looked up to musically from a very malleable stage in my songwriting career. When I was just starting to understand how to put my feelings into song, Jill was one of a handful of influential artists who’s music helped me figure out how to channel that.”

By linking up with Jilly from Philly, Daley learned just how generous the soulful singer-songwriter can be. “She was really kind and encouraging and we stayed in touch,” he said. “After a little hesitation, I sent [the song] to her for her thoughts… and [I] was thrilled to receive a reply that she loved it. She took it and interpreted it in her own amazingly soulful way, and it was done.”

Listen to the final result, as you can play “Until The Pain Is Gone” below and see choice dates for when Daley is coming to your town:

Daley & Leela James: The Undeniable Tour

4/06 – The Underground; Charlotte, NC
4/07 – Music Farm; Columbia, SC
4/08 – Atlanta Symphony Hall; Atlanta, GA
4/09 – House Of Blues; Lake Buena Vista, FL (Orlando, FL)
4/10 – Music Farm; Charleston, SC
4/12 – Rams Head On Stage; Annapolis, MD
4/13 – Keswick; Philadelphia, PA
4/14 – Warner Live; Washington, DC
4/15 – Apollo Theater; New York, NY
4/17 – House Of Blues; Chicago, IL
4/18 – Great Hall; Toronto, ON
4/19 – Motor City Casino; Detroit, MI
4/20 – Ready Room; St. Louis, MO
4/22 – Arena Theatre; Houston, TX
4/23 – Varsity Theatre; Baton Rouge, LA
4/25 – Madrid Theatre; Kansas City, KS
4/26 – Marathon Music Works; Nashville, TN
4/27 – Minglewood; Memphis, TN
4/28 – Soul Kitchen; Mobile, AL
4/29 – Tuscaloosa Ampitheatre; Tuscaloosa, AL
4/30 – House Of Blues; Dallas, TX
5/03 – House Of Blues; San Diego, CA
5/04 – Regent Theatre; Los Angeles,CA
5/05 – Crest Theatre; Sacramento, CA
5/06 – Palace Of Fine Arts; San Francisco, CA
5/07 – House Of Blues; Las Vegas, NV


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